Welcome to Mulberry School
The Mulberry School is an independent, private, non-profit school that provides children with the opportunity to learn in an environment that values curiosity and natural development. We work to "nurture the innate love of learning" by teaching children how, as opposed to what, to learn.
Serving the Bloomington-Normal community since 1971, Mulberry School is a cooperative institution where parents have the opportunity to participate in nearly every aspect of the school. It is this support and input that allows us to provide a unique learning experience for our students.
- Important Events
- Summer Camp
- You can still sign your children up for Summer Camp 2016! Registration forms are in the entry way at school. Questions or concerns? Please contact Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 26, 2016
Ms. Brandi’s and Ms. Colette’s classes had a fun field trip for ice cream at Emack & Bolio’s yesterday! They got to ride the Blue E with their favorite bus driver, Mr. Brian. What a fun afternoon!!
We are so excited that the new park near Mulberry School is finally ready! The children were able to play there on the last couple days of the school year. Thank you, Town of Normal!
May 24, 2016
This year Ms. Zarina’s class had six students graduating from Mulberry School. We celebrated with a ceremony including a slideshow, narrative reading of each child, and refreshments. Congratulations to Audrey, Josh, Oscar, Tyson, Wes, and Xander!
May 19, 2016
Ms. Brandi’s sons have a special message for Mulberry students regarding the recent bake sale!
May 14, 2016
The annual Mulberry Lock-In was a huge success! The kids got to do karaoke, make friendship bracelets, play games, do crazy hairstyles, watch a movie, and more. Thank you to Ms. Jess and Ms. Zarina for organizing a fun evening that the kiddos will never forget!
Last night Mulberry School hosted a soggy yet fun Literary Fun Fair! This event capped off our recent Read-a-Thon Fundraiser, which raised over $1,700 for our school to purchase new books. Mulberry students also read a whopping 8,209 minutes!
The Fun Fair activities consisted of food, face painting, glitter tattoos, book-themed games, story time, a book walk, raffle baskets, and more. Thank you to Megan Carter, Melissa Blickem, and all the other parents and volunteers who helped make this evening special and fun for the children!